Last week I got these awesome makeup goodies for review. I honestly was already looking forward to trying them out but this just speeds up the process. Thank you #MasarratMisbah!
Now after using it for like a week, I can give you my honest review on the product’s finishing.
Ballet Glow Blush:
It is a lovely soft pink with a shiny finish. Actually, it lies in the border somewhere between pink and peach. It can be built up as you wish but I feel like this is one of those blushes that just does all the work for you and one you pretty much cannot get wrong.
I prefer to apply my blush keeping a light hand. Too much can make you look like a clown plus only apply it on your cheekbones while smiling.
I will rate it 4/5 only because I prefer matte finish blushes. I like to add shine with highlighters only
Deep honey silk pressed powder
The first thing I realised after looking at shade was that this is so not my shade. I need it to be a bit lighter but I tried it anyway. I’ve fairish brown toned skin but my issue with the face is uneven tone – my T area is darker than the rest of the face.
My first thought after using it was: Airbrushing in a compact. It evens ou complexion with just a swipe of a brush. I am sure it will work best for blemishes and blotchy skin. I will describe it as a perfect compact for women who prefer a lighter powder for touch-up or for women who like to build up their powder from day to night.
It’s on the MM’s website that it gives best results when used with their foundations so I am looking forward to trying that combo.
Look what I got in mail. Deep honey silk pressed powder which might be bit darker than my shade and Ballet Glow stay on blusher. I love the instant glow that this blush gives. It is definitely good for highlighting as well. Prices are very reasonable compared to other brands and the results are same. Thank you Masarrat Misbah for these! #WalnutCommunications #beauty #blogger #makeup #blush #pressedpowder